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>> right now on "fox five news" at >> donald trump trying to get more minority votes. the candidate holding a meeting to get advice on how to win over the hearts of votes of hispanic americans. i am christina park. >> the republican candidate realizes he needs the support of minorities if he wants to win the presidency. >> where joy now with outreach efforts tonight. >> reporter: good evening, hard-working day for donald
a sizable part of the electric. an important swing states like arizona, colorado and nevada. they're all battlegrounds dates where the new york billionaires tied or trailing badly in the polls. reaching out to hispanic voters as part of trump's new tactic to reach out to broader base minorities that he needs to win the election. >> reaching for a lifeline, donald trump calls it his hispanic advisory council with business and civic leaders from 12 states. >> are you a john, thank you very >> the meeting at trump tower to help find inroads to reach more hispanic voters. >> we will build the wall, believe me we will build on. >> with his calls to build the wall between u.s. and mexico comments that mexico is sending rapists and drug dealers across the border, trump has started struggled with latino voters in the polls. >> what the hell do you have to lose? >> the gop nominee also looking
african-american voters taken a new approach in campaigning recently with youtube stars diamond and silk. >> i feel fine. now,. >> in some states like pennsylvania and ohio the new york billionaire has pulled at 0% with the black voters. he is changing tactics hammering democrats for policies that he says have left inner cities in ruins. >> you're living in poverty, your your schools are no good, you have youth is unemployed. >> reporter: his broad generalization in questionable statistics dry and swift criticism, including from hillary clinton. she tweeted, this is so ignorant it is staggering. >> then he said that he want african-american voters to vote for him.
short for community leader, al sharpton. he points to long history between the two well-known new york city figures. >> when we were marching, he was settling with his daddy and federal lawsuit about discrimination about renting and leasing to blacks in their buildings. ain't nothing new about donald trump. >> reporter: clinton said quote seven things hillary has in common, the spanish word for grandmother, critics called it a tone a tone deaf move to pander latino voters. back over to. >> christina: a federal judge has ordered clinton to order questions from a conservative group about her use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state.
that presidential nominee has 30 days to respond. a spokesperson calls it an attempt to hurt her presidential campaign. last month fbi director said her use of a private server was careless but not criminal. >> antwan: breaking news, an explosion at a celebration in turkey. several people wounded in a blast at a at a wedding hall in the southern part of the country. officials say it was a terror act. details are coming in. >> christina: parts of the tri-state area got a surprise burst of wild weather today. spee1 on the upper east side, paddling and bicycling in the rain on the last day of summer. >> christina: is that the last of the weekend rain? >> antwan: will check in with audrey. >> audrey: unfortunately it is not. things have quieted down from this morning and afternoon. we will see downpours coming in through the area especially across long island. things are quieter. are quieter. isolated showers are being found but busily now.
tomorrow will be more rainfall across the region. temperatures temperatures are muggy in the upper 70s to low 80s. the dewpoint is making her feel uncomfortable. most readings are in the 60s and low 70s. it will stay muggy through the weekend. heat index value in the '80s across the area. tonight lowe's in the 60s and 70s across the region. tomorrow anticipating more of the same. today's high was 83 degrees, 3 degrees, tomorrow expecting more showers and storms. >> antwan: thank you. spee2 starting this week cabdriver's do not have to speak english to get you from point a to point b. >> antwan: jessica was live in you will have to fill us in on this one. >> reporter: a good evening. the new rule went into effect 24 hours ago. already mixed reaction among passengers and even taxi drivers a new rule is in effect for cabbies. new york city cab
a few months ago the city council voted in favor to eliminate the requirement that drivers take an english exam to obtain attack the license. the rule went into effect on friday and already cabdrivers themselves are criticizing it. >> it that they with taxi cab must know how to communicate in english. and be fluent in english. they should be knowledgeable of the city also. >> r licenses available in several languages to accommodate non-english speakers. >> they know where to take you why should they speak english? >> i believe this is about looking at the industry. it's better for the consumer. >> reporter: accounts men sponsored the bill and he said the reason he and his colleagues push for the new rule was to give everyone in the taxi industry an equal opportunity. >> we won't have complaint for any single consumer who uses it
don't don't have a proficiency in english is one of the requirement. >> reporter: the shift has prompted concerns among passengers. >> i don't thing it's a good thing. i think it's just common sense. >> no way, that can be. everyone needs to know english at least to take you around the city. >> reporter: lester the city taxi limousine commission a limiting most geography questions from license exam. with the technology lik caps can easily get around. as for for the english party says, there's already more than 45000 drivers in the industry who didn't taken english exam and are driving a taxi. the council member says the mayor's office and take the commissioner working on providing classes to drivers so they can better their english
now know the name of the second person killed them yesterday yesterday morning's new jersey transit bus crash. texas county prosecutor's office says jesse garcia of newark was the female passenger who died when one bus t-boned another. one bus driver was also killed. in the meantime meantime the other bus driver and another passenger were released from hospital. still no word on the cause. >> christina: miami beach is trying to eliminate zika. workers are trying trying to get rid of standing water and foliage that may attract mosquitoes. it's beginning to fumigation program. five cases of zika has been connected in miami beach. bringing the number of cases -- >> antwan: progress is being made in a battle against a wildfire in southern california. crews have about 60% contained. the fire has burned 58 square 58 square miles and destroyed nearly 100 homes which is about 60 miles east of l.a. with a
are under evacuation orders. the spokesperson said he hopes many can return back on this week. >> christina: more confusion today about what really happened to those american olympic swimmers in rio. a man who helped translate conversations between the swimmers and security guards at a gas station says, a gun was never pointed at the swimmers. he also says that the swimmers decided to pay for the property they destroy to avoid calling police. but the swimmer guns were pointed at him and his team mates. he said his team at ryan lochte tour poster off the wall and argued with armed security guards. in isc and isc disciplinary committee is investigating the incident. >> antwan: it just goes on and on like a bad scripted reality program. getting kids to put on the devices and pick up a real book. >> christina: imagine that, how one community is encouraging kids to read. >> antwan: there more than sand castles, the sand sculptures
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>> 13. >> you're watching "fox five news" at six. >> louisiana continuing to recover from historic levels of flooding. as brian showed us many people are stepping up to help the residents. after devastating rainfall in louisiana, the the hard work rebuilding is just ramping up. the storm system dumping more than 20 inches of rain over four days leaving rivers and creeks severely bloated. officials say about 4000 people remain in shelters and more than 40000 homes have been damaged or destroyed. first responders or effort in rescue. >> we are going door to door. if anyone is unaccounted for, this is a tightknit community.
making sure everybody's accounted for and taken care of. >> volunteers from across the country have been arriving to hell. anheuser-busch delivery more than 250,000 cans of drinking water. the tide, loads of hope are providing the free laundry service to residents. >> i'm not as bad as everybody else, still nonetheless it is great how people come out. it's amazing. >> president obama has come under criticism for not interrupting his new england vacation to be in louisiana. meanwhile republican presidential candidate donald trump and mike pence visited flood victims on friday. >> how come your not playing golf in martha's vineyard, the
receiving regular updates down south and plans to visit baton rouge on tuesday to get a firsthand look at the damage. brian, with fox fox news. >> christina: colleagues are walking around so today from the rain. spee1 the bottom of my pants are still wet for the splashes waiting for the bus to come. >> audrey: we had a few
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fatal police shooting of a 23-year-old african-american man, civil smith was armed with an illegal gun. the officer who shot him is also black and was wearing a body camera. the police please chief said the video says the shooting was justified. >> a young man lost his life yesterday afternoon. no matter what the circumstances are, his family has to be hurting. >> milwaukee leaders pleaded for calm while acknowledging long simmering anger and hostility. >> there are problems here in milwaukee, wisconsin. they have to be closely, not examined but rectified. >> the dismissal of charges against the baltimore police officers involved in the arrest and death of freddie gray seem to justify frustrations with the legal system. days later the justice department released a report that bound to baltimore police department routinely violated
>> a policing that violates the constitution or law undermines community trust. blanket assumptions are stereotypes about neighborhoods can lead to resentment of the police. >> in new york, this it is is paying $4 million to settle a wrongful death suit brought by the family of kai gurley. the next nypd officer who shot and killed him in the stairwell of the pink houses in 2014 will personally pay $25000. he is working up 800 hours of community service he was sentenced to of negligent homicide. >> every day i ask about kai and it's getting difficult to explain to a 2-year-old and
these tensions and what can be done to move forward in a more positive way. in the town hall after the news tonight. >> antwan: fans are inviting tribeca for conway west. >> christina: he'll been temporary locations around the world a week before his two or keep kicks off. his store on broadway will have lines wrapped around the block with fans waiting hours to get her hands on close from the pablo collection. the shop will be there through sunday. but expect but expect a long way to get inside. >> antwan: new jersey fire department is is sending a >> christina: without will get from one department to another. >> despite all the ipads and devices out there, the most popular format for children is still books. >> christina: how one community is helping people read the old-school way. >> audrey: the radar is much quieter now than it was this afternoon. we have more showers and storms heading our direction. i will let you know when they
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unhinged and she is like an on balance person. >> for most americans the idea of running for president may seem like a foreign concept. the psychological switches to commit someone there the most qualified candidate for the most important job are switched into hyperdrive. >> what would we hope is what compels people to run is what that there's something beyond themselves that they believe is so important they are willing to fight that cause even at the expense of themselves. >> becky is a professor at nyu studying characteristics of leadership. >> those traits tend strong desire for dominance. a desire to have control over
or client number nine. >> the people especially understand age are in the public eye so much that you kind of become for that exposure becomes less troubling. >> as voters weigh the options of who should become the next head of state, trying to get inside the minds of the candidates can make your head >> another expert on the subject peoples ambitions and ego on a scale of one to 100. he says number people are in the 25 ? 40 range. ceos are. ceos are in the 60 - 65 range and presidential candidates are in the 90 - 95 range. i'm joe with "fox five news".
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and adults. >> my favorite kind of reading his adventures because they go to different places. >> reading books the old-fashioned ways they hope will be introduced to children who he says too often rely on technology. >> how to get to hawaii if you don't take a plane? you go through your imagination in your mind of reading a book. >> reporter: the pop-up libraries convenient for ellie, she works at the beach were this handcrafted, colorful copiers. >> we have had some people come and bring house that they don't read anymore. the stick them in there for other people to use. it's nice to recycle things in for them to be used by everyone else to. >> i go there to put books into the library sent their children running up asking for books. you go there and see a parent reading to their child. >> reporter: parents with young children think it's a great idea. >> nothing is the same as a good old-fashioned book. sit down, read, the smell of it. >> we owes try to have a book in the house.
some reading outside to it's nice. >> reporter: at close to 400 books have been circulated since the initiative started. people have extra books are encouraged to bring them to the amityville library tab expand the program. >> antwan: what a great idea. >> christina: they still like the books. >> antwan: an unexpected place to >> christina: the city's new mini golf course. >> antwan: want to come separates and fruits and vegetables it's what's on the inside that counts. the brewery is it gladly using ugly apples, we will tell you
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>> antwan: aspiring djs learning how to get the party started. >> christina: the school that is putting kids behind the turntables. >> here as been dj academy were learning how to mash up hits. dj, make the beat >> we have kids that we taught here that are working in the business and our teenagers. >> the instructor shares over 30 years years of dj experience with his aspiring stars. he learned how to spin touring with artists notorious big and lil wayne. >> learning how to scratch, mix, transition. were swapping out 32 beats for eight bars. were swapping out parts of the
and. >> the 9-year-old avery has been training for about a month. >> you get to do your own stuff and pick your own songs. you get to mess around with the board. >> he's still working on his dj name. >> so i like pok?mon dig lot. >> so dj dig luck. >> he's helping him overcome adhd which impairs his ability to socialize and communicate. but getting the dj started. >> what are your favorite styles to mix together? >> hip-hop, edm, all kinds of stuff. it feels great, honestly. i basically read the crowd, see
training for two years and put his skills to the test. >> how did it feel to dj in front of a crowd? >> at first it was scary but then you get used to it. i love playing for the crowd and showing the music. >> summer camp season is over but classes are offered throughout the year. >> kids here are future stars. they're going to be >> antwan: i was wondering if she is going to do that or not. one brewery recipe recipe for
>> christina: we see why some cider makers would rather use less-than-perfect protists. >> on a beautiful country road in upstate new york, sits an apple orchard. the homework brooklyn center has products are made. please recognize recognize for more thangeuss. >> it's a funny and catchy slogan. >> a catchy slogan with a deeper meeting. >> we have been reducing the use of pesticide and sprays in the lower amounts of those who use, the apples may not look perfect. they may have blemishes, may not be as big as what a supermarket would want to buy. the less pesticides you use, the apple should taste better. >> coming up on the one-year anniversary, the the cid >> it has a blemish, yet i'm not sure how many stores would want to take it. but here were more than happy with them. >> already found at a hemphill's stores and restaurants. >> are cider is an equal opportunity beverage. it. it doesn't care what the apples look like only the flavor inside. >> their all-natural production approaches the first of its kind in the cider industry. >> i want to make great apples.
explosive flavor because that is what you need to make cider. >> to ugly apples i would say probably 60% of our sales right now are the sour. >> antwan: one explanation apparently is it with millennial's they they like the convenience of a can since you don't need a bottle opener or glass. i would've of it comes in a brown bag. sales are relatively small with
pinots, and others in a can. >> christina: one person has stayed true to tradition 60 years. >> antwan: how they celebrated their wedding anniversary year after year. >> antwan: it's a nice day for a white wedding. >> audrey: it was a little rainy. temperatures are relatively comfortable and close to normal
no no other minigolf you have experience before. check it out. i might be a good day to visit because we are anticipating showers and storms, especially in the afternoon. if you're looking for something to do you might want to head over to ship wrecked in red hook. the almanac shows today's temperature 83 degrees in central park, that is average for this time of year. what to note is that we had that number at 10:30 a.m. when we have the had the downpours come through it cooled had a readings in the 70s. that's where we are right now. it's about about the dewpoint and humidity. those are at on comfortable levels at the moment and it will stay muggy through the rest of the evening. eighty-one and 80 degrees and 78 montauk. dewpoint are uncomfortable mostly in the upper 60s to low 70s. it will stay that way for one more day and then anticipating dryer more comfortable air to
across the region 85 in albany, albany, 83 boston, 87 in williamsport, upper 80s and ability and the nations capital. relatively quiet. we had downpours come through earlier. not much on the radar across the region. to the west is a different story. showers rolling rolling through the ohio valley. some strong. that's headed in our direction. an area of low pressure in the great lakes, a, a cold front associated with it passing through the region by early evening tomorrow. we'll see another load develop across the mid-atlantic on that front and enhance activity in the early evening. when that pushes through you will have dryer air coming in behind it. and much more comfortable across the area. behind that front temperatures are in the 70s in chicago, minneapolis, parts of the area won't get out of the 70s by monday. tomorrow's will be in the 80s and 90s, same thing
coast is nice. seventy-six and cielo, 81 in l.a. future cash shows mostly cloudy skies. could be isolated shower but most of us will stay dry. our morning wake up with clouds, the son will struggle to break through. chance of showers early in the morning and in the afternoon things ramp-up. cold front makes its approach to the west and after six or 7:00 o'clock steady rainfall and showers and storms coming in from west to east. the front starts to clear by monday morning and break into full sunshine across the area by then. more partly, dry air will work in and feel much more comfortable across the region on monday and that will take us through next week. tonight will be cloudy and muggy. isolated showers possible and most of us stay dry. tomorrow mostly cloudy, watch
temperatures temperatures in the 80s and quite humid. if you want to go to the beach there will be a lot of clouds. the uv uv index will be high so wear sunscreen. if you plan to go out in the water there is a moderate risk of recurrence. on monday things look great. sunshine and dryer with a high of 81 degrees in central park. tuesday, wednesday, thursday plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the mid- 80s. returns and the chance of an afternoon shower. after tomorrow it looks like smooth sailing for several days. it will feel comfortable outside >> antwan: will take that. >> christina: america upland florida has been eating a piece of their original wedding cake on their anniversary for more than six decades. >> antwan: there from satellite beach and got married on august 19, 1955. it's a fruitcake that they been eating.
it gets a bad rap but i like fruitcake as well. the tradition started on the first wedding anniversary. >> vacatur gave my mother the top layer of our cake and i said i've got that, why don't we eat a piece of that to celebrate. >> do you still be your anniversary? if i did i would give you some every year for 60 years. >> i think i have something you might like, a special gift at the little league world series for a mom who is battling cancer. a touching moment for you,
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>> the method ten game road has not gotten off to a good start. it has sloppy play for lots of them five games. the season continues to slip away but with one game back under the belt could the return spark a comeback? the mets looking to get their first win of the series this afternoon in san francisco. they're doing the best to make it happen. in the first he doubled to left scoring jos? reyes, that gives the mets a one to make their lead. in the third he comes through
they now pleaded 8 - 2 in the eighth. you hardly see this kind of region who plan hockey especially around a guy who is never played in the nhl. every team was after jimmy bc. he watched with blue shirts fans rjoicing because he isow earlier today, extremely happy extremely happy to be part of the new york rangers organization. thank you for the support, can't wait to get started. he started he started the thing that jumped out about new york is it seemed he really wanted him. wasn't just within the organization. the. the mets pitcher tweeted, come to new york rangers and i guarantee you won't regret it. nice plan words. it seems like everywhere year at the little
tournament we have found a group that is easy to root for. the midwest regional regional team wears purple bracelets pregame in honor of teammate mom who is fighting cancer. she's been interviewed during the broadcast. she wasn't expecting this mid-question. >> the. >> the fact that they wear, before -- it's out of here. [applause]. that's what sports are all about. that was amazing to be captured. >> her reaction was the greatest. >> that was a great sports blog. >> we are going to be talking about this after the show. >> it it looks like i'm not
showers and storms tomorrow do them early in the day. by the dinnertime storms could develop. after that looks good with nice and dry and sunshine. >> antwan: that will do us for now. thank you for joining us. >> we hope to see you again at 10:00 p.m. ?slow, building african-style m? it's the little moments that make the biggest waves. kalahari resorts & conventis the world's coolest indoor wate.
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